“Why can’t I find my soul purpose?” is a common question uttered by many.
It’s not lost. It’s just been hidden away by others who don’t want you to see it…
They want you to be like them, to live your life according to what they believe is best for you, which is what someone else told them was best for them.
They want that for you because it’s how they’ve lived their life and they know that it’s safe.
Reality is just one big puddle of beliefs… Beliefs that have been handed down through the ages that are suffocating the soul right out of life.
Up until the age of seven, we’re all soaking up what it takes to live in this world, and all we have to go by is what’s going on around us.
How our parents do things, how they interact with others, how they treat us. The people we interact with and experiences we have. We don’t have the opportunity to look outside the box.
That’s all we know and that’s what shapes us for life, unless we make the conscious decision to tune in, at some point, into what we truly believe and to see things differently, regardless of what others think and believe.
That’s the hard part. Beliefs become so ingrained and the resistance from others is like a big ole, heavy duty rubber band doing its best to rein you back in. Through their own fear, some will play games to make you think you’re going insane because you’re willing to poke your head through the door to see what’s on the other side.
In a society where we’re all told what we need to do to fit in, stepping into your own self is a nerve wracking experience. You’re stepping into the unknown, which is simply unknown because it’s outside the beliefs you’ve been taught to live. Others are living their lives happily and safely in your unknown, and they’re waiting for you to arrive.
Your soul purpose isn’t missing, and while others have shoved it into a shoebox at the back of the wardrobe, the key to finding it is right inside of you.
You know what your soul purpose is. All you have to do is dare to look, dare to feel, and dare to follow, regardless of the current status quo belief.